|Title:||Star Jumper: Journal of a Cardboard Genius|
|Format:||mobi mbr lrf lit|
|ePUB size:||1808 kb|
|FB2 size:||1454 kb|
|DJVU size:||1256 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Kids Can Press (February 1, 2006)|
Star Jumper by Frank Ash is journeys through the life of a young scientist/inventory named Alex. Alex has on major problem; his brother. Six year old Jonathan always seems to make life difficult for Alex. He is always prying and always annoying Alex when he is working on his inventions. I liked this book because it is one of those "kid genius" books, where there is a super smart kid who can do like anything, and in this story there is a kid named Alex who built a rocket out of cardboard to escape to another galaxy just to get away from his pest of a brother.
Star Jumper: Journal of . .has been added to your Cart. Frank Asch is the author and illustrator of more than 70 books for children. His picture books with Kids Can Press include Ziggy Piggy and the Three Little Pigs and Mr. Maxwell's Mouse (illustrated by his son, Devin Asch). Frank lives in Middletown Springs, Vermont.
Series: Journal of a Cardboard Genius (1). Members. Creator of the Moonbear picture books, Frank Asch successfully turns his hand to chapter books and creates Star Jumper: Journal of A Cardboard Genius. This book is sure to appeal to Calvin and Hobbes fans, younger Diary of a Wimpy Kid fans, and just about any kid who enjoys tales of boyhood genius or is a frustrated older brother. He is a self-proclaimed genius that uses cardboard and duct tape to create his designs
Self-proclaimed genius inventor Alex is convinced that his little brother Jonathan is evil. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. Today I read Star Jumper: Journal of a Cardboard Genius, by Frank Asch. Alternatively, it could suit older reluctant readers, especially boys. The book is about a boy named Alex who has a keen interest in scientific invention, a healthy ego, and a pesky six-year-old brother named Jonathan.
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Alex, a genius inventor, is constantly annoyed by his little brother, Jonathan. Jonathan's specialty is sticking to Alex like glue-and sticking his nose into his big brother's business. That's why Alex has to leave Earth and fly so far away that no one will ever be able to find him. Using cardboard, duct tape, old odds and ends and his amazing scientific imagination, Alex. Using cardboard, duct tape, old odds and ends and his amazing scientific imagination, Alex builds Star Jumper, a spaceship that will deliver him from his rotten little brother forever! It's a plan only a cardboard genius could ever hope to pull off. But Jonathan has other ideas-and a secret that ultimately brings forth Alex's most brilliant creation ever!
Journal of a Cardboard Genius. lt;p Using cardboard, duct tape, old odds and ends, and his amazing scientific imagination, Alex builds Star Jumper, a spaceship that will deliver him from his rotten little brother forever! It s a plan only a cardboard genius could ever hope to pull of. lt;/p. Other Books You Might Like.
The well-known children’s author Frank Asch, who has written such playful picture books as Popcorn, Mooncake, and I Can Roar Like a Lion, has just published a charming illustrated novel about a boy who can build anything out of cardboard. Alex, a self-proclaimed genius, is keeping a journal, or, as he calls it, a historical document of the building of his spaceship. Alex tells the reader that he wants to build a spaceship to leave Earth because he can no longer live with his pesky little brother Jonathan.